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  1. I lived on Brookvale until the year 2000, always used to visit Sutton Weaver. I remember the Post Office and the strawberry farm. I believe the fields that Brookvale was built on were owned by the Squire Talbot, does anyone have any memories before the subway and expressway were built?. I think Ridding Lane used to connect the village to Northwich Road before these were constructed. Did the village end at the railway bridge or were there houses on Ridding Lane too?.

    (Posted on 2017-02-12 12:15:00 by Alan Howard)
  2. I have just indulged in a captivating trip down memory lane. What a fantastic little site.
    I grew up in the village from 68 - 88 and my parents still live in Beech Road. Great to read about your thriving community.

    (Posted on 2016-09-14 15:23:00 by Anthony Lowe)
  3. good articles and great information about Sutton Weaver, Cheshire, United Kingdom. i hope someday will visiting :)

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  7. Hi Gud , no , but my wife is, Christine Williams .You can go on to hers as i look at it most days.
    Was talking to Gareth Johnson in work and he said he had seen Evo on Runcorn docks.Seems to think he works there. Keith Hodgkinson still works here , see him occasionally.Looking to retire next year after 42yrs working here.The old I.C.I. as you will remeber it. All changed now. Anyway see you on Wifeys Facebook hopefully. I give you permission to befriend her.Ha. Take care pal and talk again soon.Pat.

    (Posted on 2015-11-27 17:37:00 by Pat Williams)
  8. Hi pat ,are you on facebook!!!!!!!

    (Posted on 2015-08-16 11:59:00 by George Manley)
  9. hi pat (paddy) Its been a long time mate .I live in Telford shropshire now ,They were the good old days. do you know ware Brian Evens lives.

    (Posted on 2015-08-16 11:39:00 by George Manley)
  10. Well , well , hello George, or should i say 'Gud' as we Sutton Weaver boys used to call you.
    For those who dont know , i grew up with Gud and also lived in the village from 1953 -1978.Originally living in The Cottage ,Chester Rd, then moving to 24,Cedar Ave with my mother Ann , my brother Ivor and my sister Blodwen .This was following my fathers death in 1969.I clearly remember George and his sister Connie and brother David (Sammy).
    I currently live in Great Sutton on the Wirral but go 'home' frequently as i play golf at Sutton Hall .I went to Aston Primary school and then on to Frodsham. M and some of the locals set up a Youth Club in St Peters Church Hall around 1970 . Do you remember?
    Great to catch up some time. Pat.

    (Posted on 2015-08-06 14:24:00 by Pat Williams)
  11. Hello. Me and my wife currently live in Liverpool and have visited Sutton Weaver several times and we love it. Can anyone tell us what it is like living there. My wife works in Daresbury so this area is ideal. What is the are like to live in, crime, commuting etc.

    (Posted on 2015-02-07 22:53:00 by peter ioann)
  12. What a lovely village!

    (Posted on 2014-09-08 06:10:00 by Toko Lingerie)
  13. what a good review, I can't wait for the next review

    (Posted on 2014-07-15 06:58:00 by Obat untuk ginjal)
  14. I use to live in sutton weaver between 1953 to1971 at 7 Riddings lane just past the railway bridge on the left hand side does anyone remember me or my family?????

    (Posted on 2014-07-14 10:35:00 by george manley)
  15. Hi juliea, my name is george manley , i use to work for your dad jim on fields farm from 1968 to 1973?. i wonder if you remember me ?. sorry to hear jim as passed away i didn`t know as i moved to shropshire. does anyone know if juliea has a e-mail address, asi had a great time working there.

    (Posted on 2014-07-14 11:28:00 by george manley)
  16. Recently discovered that the ~8 year old boy Harry Peacock in the foreground of the photograph/postcard taken in 1930 of the post office (http://www.suttonweaver.co.uk/#/history/4541469662) is my grandfather as confirmed by my father.

    I remember hearing stories from my grandmother, aunt and father of how my grandfather first grew up here and how my great grandparents Harry and Alice (nee Faulkner) Peacock ran the post office and confectionary shop.

    (Posted on 2014-06-23 20:45:00 by Anita Peacock)
  17. It's great site and lot's of sevices included here...
    Thanks

    (Posted on 2014-06-15 11:44:00 by Berry Street Garage)
  18. good content on local news, particularly enjoyed the homewatch section, keep up the good work..

    (Posted on 2014-03-20 07:58:00 by semprot.com)
  19. great that we have got a christmas tree at last in the village, however the lights are proving to be inadequate as they cannot even be seen at night , can we have some brighter ones please.

    (Posted on 2013-12-18 18:58:00 by Brenda)
  20. In 45 years it is the first time that sutton weaver has had it's own Christmas tree! Itis so nice to see the school kids adding their own decorations to it-should be done every year.

    (Posted on 2013-12-10 21:01:00 by claire wright)
  21. Thanks for an interesting read. I was a resident of Sutton Weaver from about 1968 until 1990. I remember the M56 and the New Town being built and vaguely remember the Church Hall being moved from the other side of the rail line to its current location.

    (Posted on 2013-10-18 16:33:00 by John Mason)
  22. What a great web site, just wish the likes of Norton / Halton could have remained seperated from the rest of the new town just like Sutton Weaver

    (Posted on 2013-09-02 19:53:00 by Steve)
  23. Hi Claire. i found a report on the Sutton Tunnel accident of 1851....At
    http://www.railwaysarchive.co.uk/eventsummary.php?eventID=1779
    hope this will help you.
    phil

    (Posted on 2012-12-08 08:08:00 by Phil Huskisson)
  24. Is there a way to find out the names of the individuals who were killed from the Sutton Tunnel accident and those that died later?

    (Posted on 2012-12-01 05:15:00 by Claire V. Brisson-Banks)
  25. a lovely little village a gem in this world we live in may it stay the same always

    (Posted on 2012-10-27 22:56:00 by ralph wheatley)
  26. How nice to see the planters at the end of Station Road.
    What a shame that the slowly fading bunting has now faded into total obscurity. I thought that it added a touch of 'je ne sais quoi' to the village

    (Posted on 2012-09-17 08:45:00 by macclad)
  27. Well after working at the weaver park ind est for nearly 14 years and using the swing bridge for that time i can honestly say after looking on this website and haveing been told by people popping into our yard to tell us about the repairs, i have 3 versions of whats going to happen!!
    I have been told it was 12 months then 9 months then after reading this website its 10 months, to repair the bridge, How ever after going over the bridgefor nearly 14 years not one major repair has been done to it apart from the odd road surface repairs, so why has it took so long to get to the stage of a major repair???
    I am the depot manager of a company who use the bridge every day for heavy trucks and lads to gain access for work and then gaining access to the motorway once at work, the road network is bad enough at rush hour and market day in frodsham,and if the bridge is closed down to one lane with also the weight limit ,this would cause major delays and also major costs to the company i work for.
    I will look forward to putting more concerns i have at the meeting that you have at forest hills on thursday at 6.30.

    (Posted on 2012-09-07 08:36:00 by Paul Foster)
  28. My late parents, Joyce and Stanley Bedford, used to run the old Sutton Weaver PO. Besides the post, there was a grocery shop and newspapers,

    (Posted on 2012-03-22 23:53:00 by Lawrence Bedford)
  29. i worked at sutton hall for mr faukner from1960 to1963 and my mother violet worked for mrs faukner in the hall from 1950 to the late 1960.i also you to beat for squire tolbut in the winter months.

    (Posted on 2012-02-08 14:59:00 by alan pennington)
  30. woohooooo, Debs found me!! Thanks for the site and a friendship renewed :)

    (Posted on 2011-12-11 01:52:00 by Pete Hansen)
  31. thankyou for the site i have found an old friend who posted on here having seen my original post. not seen him since 1980/1 looking forward to hearing from him. thx again

    (Posted on 2011-12-10 17:30:00 by debs)
  32. Hello there, the post card of the post office shows my uncle Harry Peacock. I am othe eldest of his sister Eileen's three sons who is currently living in Ashton Hayes. This picture is very interesting and I wonder if you have the others which were commissioned by my grandfather also Harry Peacock. I think my father William Sydney Garnett lived down the lane shown in this picture opposite the shop. If you have any more information i would be very interested to see it. Many thanks Bill Garnett.

    (Posted on 2011-10-29 20:42:00 by Bill Garnett)
  33. I'm trying to track down a long lost penpal who I think has signed this guestbook....Debbie Turner nee Clough. I was in Stockon Heath with my parents in 1980 on a working holiday from N.Z..If I have the right Debbie, please leave a message or email petehansen5@hotmail.com.

    (Posted on 2011-10-23 03:39:00 by Pete Hansen)
  34. I'm trying to track down a long lost penpal who I think has signed this guestbook....Debbie Turner nee Clough. I was in Stockon Heath with my parents in 1980 on a working holiday from N.Z..If I have the right Debbie, please leave a message or email petehansen5@hotmail.com.

    (Posted on 2011-10-23 03:39:00 by Pete Hansen)
  35. Hi,
    What a lovely site. It is 30+ years since I left Liverpool bound for New Zealand. so I am really glad to see places like Sutton Weaver are still alive and kicking.

    (Posted on 2011-09-12 12:11:00 by Graham Eyre)
  36. I have looked at the website a couple of times and love the old photographs, my husband and I both own the old post office since Oct 2007 and I have not seen that photo before it looks great.

    (Posted on 2011-08-30 12:08:00 by Jacquie Ross)
  37. I'm writing my family story. We lived at 'The haven' 95 Chester Rd from about 1952 to 1960. I have included this hyperlink. I attended Daresbury School and then Aston. Eventually going to Helsby Grammar till we moved toward Manchester. My father was Works Engineer at Gaskell Marsh in Widnes.I'll have to see if we have any photos.

    (Posted on 2011-08-24 12:10:00 by John Daniels)
  38. Fab website, I'm adddicted. I've loved living here the past ten years and love the pictures.

    (Posted on 2011-08-03 21:41:00 by kath Dixon)
  39. On behalf of the Park committee I just wanted to say a huge thank you to all of you who attended the opening event yesterday, considering the huge down poors we had we were all really pleased that so many people made the effort to come.

    (Posted on 2011-07-17 11:21:00 by John Baldacchino)
  40. Yesterday I took my 5 year old grandson for our first visit to the play area.
    He had a brilliant time and the rolling log antics were the cause of much amusement!.
    Thanks to everyone who was involved in creating such a superb facility for the village.

    (Posted on 2011-05-26 13:11:00 by Allan Griffiths)
  41. Many thanks Brian for keeping our village informed,us new boys need it.

    (Posted on 2011-04-13 20:34:00 by tony curwen)
  42. A well layed out and extremely informative website. Well done Brian and thanks for your hard work!

    (Posted on 2011-04-07 16:12:00 by Allan Griffiths)
  43. Brian am finding the web page fascinating ,great to read all the past history oa the village.
    Keep up the good work!!

    (Posted on 2011-03-17 10:56:00 by Carmel Davies)
  44. Well done Brian. The site gets better and better every time I look at it - Dave

    (Posted on 2011-02-12 21:34:00 by David Callaway)
  45. HI …Like to thank Brain for all his hard work on a web site for the village. PLEASE use this guestbook to let others know that you've dropped by and enjoyed  ( or not ) wear you are from. Don't worry it’s a painless process. So you’ve seen the site, what suggestions can you offer for content or changes? Do you have material you can offer? Do you have old photographs or illustrations of the village or parish? A hobby you would like to tell us about? PLEASE forward them by using the 'contact ' page.

    (Posted on 2011-02-02 19:35:00 by Phil Huskisson.....Cheshire)
  46. I grew up in sutton weaver in the police house from 1971 and worked in the post office for a while, i still live close by and have many memories of the village, thx for the site

    (Posted on 2011-01-31 22:28:00 by debbie turner nee clough)
  47. Thanks for the kind comments.

    If anyone has any old/new photographs of the village then please forward them to us by using the 'contact ' page.

    (Posted on 2011-01-23 11:00:00 by Brian Starkey)
  48. Enjoyed visiting the site and looking at the old photographs. Would like to see some more please.

    (Posted on 2011-01-22 20:49:00 by Alan Howard)
  49. good content on local news, particularly enjoyed the homewatch section, keep up the good work

    (Posted on 2011-01-22 18:24:00 by GRAHAM HITCHEN)
  50. Well done. Good site.

    (Posted on 2011-01-20 15:14:00 by Kevin murray.)
  51. Enjoyed visiting your site.

    (Posted on 2011-01-13 15:22:00 by Andreas Loxas)

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